Category: Unsolved

Morton Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 5:30pm on April 7, 2011, a motorist travelling along US Highway 12 just outside Morton, Lewis County, Washington pulled over to take a break. While parked some 100 yards near a logging road in the Peterman Hill area, they noticed partial skeletal remains several hundred yards off the road. AUTOPSY: Upon the remains

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The Disappearance of Jennifer Hillier-Penney

EARLY LIFE: Jennifer Hillier-Penney grew up in the small Newfoundland town of St. Lunaire-Griquet, located on the province’s Great Northern Peninsula. One of seven children – which included her brothers, Glen and Gary, and a sister named Yvonne – she experienced a childhood filled with large amounts of love. While in high school, Jennifer met

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The Disappearance of Carl J. Holland Jr.

EARLY LIFE: Carl J. Holland Jr. was born on September 30, 1959. Growing up, he was one of three siblings, which included a sister named Rhonda and a brother. According to Rhonda, Carl was a good brother who was always there for her whenever she needed his help. At the time of his disappearance, he was

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Sheridan County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 13, 1992, a local sheriff and workers from the State Highway Department came upon the decomposed body of a woman in a ditch along the southbound side of I-90. The body was located near mile marker 5, approximately five miles south of the border between Wyoming and Montana. AUTOPSY: Upon Jane Doe’s

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The Disappearances of Angela Westberry & Theresa Hickmon

DISAPPEARANCE: On December 1, 1984, Angela Westberry and Theresa Hickmon were seen with two Caucasian males leaving Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. The four were aboard a 42′ or 46′ 1960 Richardson boat called the Sea Fever, which featured a white hull and twin cabins with a cockpit between them. The Sea Fever was last seen

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